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IS THE COURSE FOR YOU?
Do you want to:
In this programme you study two subject pathways equally and graduate with a degree named after your subject choices. For example if you take Education Studies and English you graduate BA (Hons) Education Studies and English. programme. Subjects in the Combined Studies Degree Programme are:
Pathways depend on availability. Your subject pathways are supported by generic modules in graduate skills in your first year, research methods in your second year, and the dissertation in your third year.
HOW LONG DOES THE COURSE LAST?
Full time the course last three years. Part time the course lasts six years. Students can start the course either in September/October or February/March
Validated by The Open University with three commendations from the OU: The Virtual Learning Environment and their use of new media; The engagement and enthusiasm of both students and staff; The general idea of the programme.
Please click here to see the Combined Studies programme specification.
To find out more about different career options connected to your subject pathways see www.prospects.ac.uk.
Note that that for many careers it is having a degree rather than the subject of the degree that matters - so you might just want to study what you love - and if you do this you are likely to do well as we all study best when we love what we are studying.
Alternatively you can progress to postgraduate studies related to your pathways.
The course is £6,000 per year for full time study, or £3000 per year for part time study. More information about fees and the grants and loans available.The information which describes this course was accurate at the time of publication. Newham College reserves the right to amend, withdraw or cancel any part of the programmes, locations, facilities and costs at any time.Note that the last opportunity to get a maintenance loan is for the February 2016 intake.
No prior study of any of the pathway subjects is required for entry to this course. Applications from students with a wide variety of backgrounds are encouraged and supported.
Students are offered a place on the basis of: 160 UCAS points OR Access Diploma OR Level 0 Preparatory Course OR Interview/Diagnostics OR Professional StandingStudents with under 200 UCAS points, or accepted on interview, and without level 2 qualifications in English and mathematics will normally be excepted to successfully complete additional study in academic English and numeracy in their first year.
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